Social and emotional learning | IN 60 SECONDS

The push for “social and emotional learning,” or SEL, could be part of a healthier vision of schooling that moves beyond America’s testing mania. Yet, as AEI’s Rick Hess argues, a true consensus on such an important issue will require honoring traditional values, not just progressive enthusiasms. If SEL winds up hijacked by well-meaning ideologues, a promising cause will morph into a divisive educational culture war.

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SOURCE – The Practice Base For How We Learn, the Aspen Institute

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